FFVI-5 Ch13 CoD II Pendant
Meanwhile the party of five were surfing across the vast ocean expanse of the Balance World. They had left from the shores of Narshe, and had been on the ocean for quite some time. It wasn't until Syldra gave another shrill and adorable cry that Krile began to notice a rock formation closing in ahead. "This is it?" Bartz wondered as he peered over Syldra's shoulder. He noticed the sharp rock formation peircing through the sky, but it seemed too small to be an entrance. "Nothing but rocks here," Sabin added.
Bartz looked at the water's surface and noticed some strange white colours looking back at him. "I'm going to check below, under the surface," Bartz leapt off from Slydra and dived into the deep, salty water. As he submerged below, he didn't know why he hadn't earlier. It was beautiful. Great white statues of dragons decorated the bottom of the rock formation that he had seen from the surface, and beautiful vivid corals litters the bottom of the pacific blue ocean. The pillar of roc
FFVI-5 Ch12 CoD I
Back at Narshe, the party consisting of Bartz, Krile, Sabin and Celes had reached the frosty coast. The water still continued to flow, despite the lumps of ice here and there. The man in blue drabs walked up the the edge of the coast "SYLDRA!" He cried out to the ocean.
"Who's Slydra?" Sabin asked.
Celes seemed also eager to ask the question, but could not express them in words that the two could understand, save for Krile.
"I'll answer that!" The young blonde haired girl volunteered, as Bartz busied himself. "Syldra is a pet of another friend of ours!"
With that, the ripples of the waves began to intensify and a great white monster lifted it's long neck from the sea and arose far above Sabin's height, towering him. Sabin was flabbergasted at it's size, it was hard to believe. "That's your pet!?"
"Yep! But like I said, it belongs to another very good friend of ours. So treat her nice, okay?" Krile smiled innocently.
Syldra gave another large, cute cry. "Slydra says she found an island
FFVI-5 Ch11 Gamblers Spirit
Edgar had arrived at the town of Figaro. It was a picturesque settlement, relatively quiet during the break of morning. Instantly he noticed a large ship supported by a large air balloon.
("That's the Falcon right there, that could only mean...")
Edgar then took note of the fatigued Chocobo he rode was tired and stressed from the long journey across the desert sands. He dismounted from it's feathery body to ease it of backache and steered it by the reins on foot. He guided the creature to a large shack nearby, for once it felt refreshing to touch soft grass once again compared to the grainy rough sand texture that often clogged his boots and hair.
The large Chocobo seemed to brighten up as it saw the warm hay in the large open doorway. At this point Edgar didn't feel he needed to hold the reigns any more and let go of the bird, allowing it to wonder inside. "That's better now, isn't it?" Edgar spoke kindly to it, stroking its yellow feathers.
"Wark!" The Chocobo happily cried in
FFVI-5 Ch10 A False Song
You're not going anywhere," Deegor teased, hurling another lightning ball of Thundaga at Bartz.
Bartz however was far less concerned for his own safety while dodging the bolts of lightning. There were still houses close by and people in danger.
"Sabin, snap out of it!"
Sabin had began to feel disorientated and could barely keep focus anymore. Kateran looked at him menacingly. "Prey is so easy to manipulate if you leave it standing long enough. While I'm here now, unveiled to all those filth human scum, I may as well get my duties done,"
Deegor began charging another Thundaga between his wings, this time not at Bartz, but at a group of people fleeing some distance away. Bartz simply couldn't stand there and watch. "I won't let you hurt innocent people!"
"Right now at this moment, humans are being tortured. Think you can save them too!?" Deegor growled before launching the blast of thunder. Bartz leapt in the way, with his sword held out to block it. As the Thundaga spell hit the sword,
FFVI-5 Ch9 WoN V: Truth
Bartz found himself in a difficult position at raising his sword to a Chocobo. It was difficult because he loved the creatures and it's young face reminded him well of Boko, but his heart began digging him. Sabin was frantic in disbelief, but Bartz continued to plunge the sword until...
Bartz felt the sword hit something hard, with a loud clang. The chocobo held out it's wing, as if to guard the oncoming sword. The tip of the sword touched the edge of it, without the bird suffering a scratch.
"Well done," a creepy voice emitted from the Chocobo. "And how long exactly did it take you to figure me out?"
Bartz quickly let go of it, he didn't know what he was holding anymore. "Who or what are you?" Bartz asked calmly.
"I am Deegor," It said "One of the five great Dragon Espers!" In a shine of light, he revealed his true form, a small dragon no bigger than a chicobo covered in solid armour, and solid wings for arms.
"So this is the Deegor you spoke of," Sabin looked at the Esper with
FFVI-5 Ch8 WoN IV: Confusion
Tritoch pulled back it's foot and began to charge another elemental beam from it's jaw, this time fire. "Oh no you don't!" Bartz cried, taking notice and leaping behind it.
It wasn't long before Tritoch took note at Bartz jumping up behind him, and instead aimed for the air. The fireball hit the thin roofing, flooding in more light and causing debris of rocks to come crashing down. Bartz's action was dampened by Tritoch's strange tactic, which caused him to flaw his jump, and rather than severing it's entire wing off; he only grazed a wound to it's wing causing spewing magical energy.
Tritoch gave another cry in pain and gave another gush of it's wings, pushing Bartz backwards. Before he could pull himself to his feet, the bird had already lifted itself in the air, before crashing through the roof.
A further shower of rocks and debris forced Bartz and Sabin to dodge, becoming slightly disorientated over the ordeal.
After a while, waiting for the rocks to stop falling, Sabin got up and